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Simple Tips on How to Maintain Your Motorcycle Riding Gloves


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For years, different kinds of bikers have emerged. The term is no longer exclusive for men driving in Harleys all day and all night. Anyone can be a biker these days just as long as there is passion for riding motorcycles. If you can ride it just as if you know them, you can as good as any renounced biker in the world.

Although there are different kinds of bikers around the world, there is only one thing common in them. The requirement to wear protective gear every time they ride is one important thing that they need to maintain at all times. Various gear are introduced in the market nowadays. Everything is important to protect every inch your body. The size or the price should not be the sole basis of selecting the. You purchase them because it can save your life when the time comes.

One of the most useful protective gear that is used are the gloves. The best ones that you can use are made of pure leather. They are durable and fashionable at the same time. It is certainly part of the dress code of the bikers. However, they are used purely because these motorcycle riding gloves can help your performance in riding the vehicle without loosing your sense of style.

How do you care for these leather gloves? Here are some of the tips:

  • The first thing you should do is to check for the instruction of the manufacturer to see if they are washable or not.

  • Cleaning deerskin leather: make sure you avoid any activities involving stretching the material. This could accelerate loosing their shape since they are elastic. Do use mild soap in cleaning them and avoid harsh detergent that can destroy their material. In the presence of grease and oil, the use of baby powder of flour is required to absorb the substance. Let them dry naturally to avoid loosing their toughness since they are naturally soft.

  • Cleaning cowhide leather: you just clean them just as you clean other leather types in general. They are tougher than any other leather, so do not do anything to destroy that toughness. Make sure that you keep their dye as it is and do not use anything that could lead to its discoloration. You can brush them too if you want. You can also apply leather condition to it to maintain its softness.

  • Cleaning Lambskin leather: This material is sensitively soft. Therefore, you should be careful in using the type of brush to clean them. Make sure you also use soft, short bristled brush like that for suede materials. They are less durable compared to other leather types, so you should be very careful in your methods of cleaning to maintain its soft and silky texture.

    These are simple tips on how to care for various types of motorcycle riding gloves made in leather. You need to be thorough in taking care of them especially when it cost you a fortune to purchase them.

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